Colin Crosby Heritage Tours

All Hallows

All Hallows is a village and minor seaside resort in Kent, 8 miles from Rochester.

It is situated at the North East tip of the Hoo Peninsula on the South bank of the estuary of the River Thames, and separated from the Isle of Grain by Yantlet Creek.

All Saints Church dates in part from the 12th century.

Nearby is London Stone, marking the seaward limit of the jurisdiction of the Port of London. There is a similar stone, known as the Crowstone, on the Essex side of the Thames at Chalkwell.

There is also an iron beacon set up in the Elizabethan period to warn of invasion.